In the distance
It beckons play
Monday July 13:
[Quote for the Monday] “The Looking back is memory; the looking forward is creation.”
[Source] Elsa Barker (ca. 1869 — 1954) / American novelist and poet / Letters from a Living Dead Man.
Tuesday July 14:
Jagged proggy post-hardcore meets fragile folk-tinged indie somewhere in Glasgow. Looks awful on paper, sounds super on your stereo. Buy it.
Wednesday July 15:
A woman grafts a miniature, nano-engineered breed of fruit trees to people’s skin. Orchards travel the world and seed onto garbage heaps.
[Bio] Alex Dally MacFarlane (http://is.gd/uIUg) wants a cheek-tree. Find her work in LCRW, Electric Velocipede and, soon, Clarkesworld.
Thursday July 16:
Cute little Esther’s rotten with evil and does bad things to mommy and daddy. Sound familiar? By the artiste who directed House of Wax.
[#Spitballs] Orphan / Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra / http://is.gd/1BjY6.
Friday July 17:
[Quote for the Friday] “It is hope that maintains most of mankind.”
[Source] Sophocles (496? – 406 BC) / Greek playwright / Fragments.
Saturday July 18:
For three months, my android’s gone to school for me, dated my girlfriend and done my chores. Nobody’s noticed. Now to make my sister’s.
Sunday July 19:
The first part of Dick’s original novel, complete, threaded through comic illustrations – a storyboard for readers, though puzzling.
[#ShineComics] DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP #1 (of 24) by Philip K. Dick (novel), Tony Parker (art); BOOM!, 2009, $3.99 .